For a limited period the National Trust for Scotland, in partnership with Dumfries House, is giving tour and coach operators the chance to visit its glorious Threave Garden and beautiful Broughton House, as well as the magnificent Dumfries House, for just £19.50 per person – a saving of £6.50 per person on individual admission prices.
This offer is only available to the Travel Trade through the National Trust for
Pietro Cecchini, National Travel Trade Manager at the National Trust for
‘With more people planning to holiday at home this year, there has never been a better opportunity to showcase
Mike Schafer, Chief Executive of Dumfries House, added:
‘As well as being of great international, historical and cultural significance,
These three properties are some of
The charity’s beautifully restored Broughton House in Kirkcudbright, former home to the world-famous Scottish artist and ‘Glasgow Boy’ E A Hornel, offers a fascinating insight into the life of the artist, as well as showcasing many of his masterpieces.
Dumfries House, near Cumnock in Ayrshire, is cared for by The Great Steward of Scotland’s Dumfries House Trust. Its stunning interiors are home to a world-class collection of furniture by Thomas Chippendale and many late 18th-century Scottish cabinet makers, as recently featured on BBC One’s Antiques Roadshow.
Flexible packages are also available combining Dumfries House with a variety of other National Trust for
For all bookings and enquiries email the National Trust for